What is the equivalent db level when listening to earphone or headphone volume?
dB is short for Decibel, or one tenth of a bel. Bels and decibels are unlike any other measurement, because an addition of ten means double the loudness of the noise. For example: 60 decibels is the noise generated from a regular conversation, however, 70 decibels is double the noise; and 80 is double that.
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\n. \n Answer \n. \nIf you consider the fact that deafness can make it more difficult to learn... yes. Earphones are the single most common cause for premature deafness... but then, think of how much you enjoy your tunes while you're sleeping.\n. \n Answer \n. \nAs long as the earphon…es are not screaming in your ears this is a good way for insomniacs to trick their mind into sleeping. Even a low TV sound will do the same thing. Spas (where you go to relax) will have soft, soothing music and does make the body and mind relax. Scientists have found that if a person puts on a learning tape (example: to learn another language) they will learn the language quicker than by taking classes and studying it. (MORE)
YES! If the volume is too high and its too high for too many times
If you are at home, for the best effect, use speakers. For personal listening so as not to disturb others, then use your headphones, but be careful about the volume level with earphones - excessive levels of sound WILL permanently damage your hearing. Answer it depends on you if you like l…oud music blast your speakers me personally i like listening to musci in my head phones so its loud enough to tune ppl out but not too loud to give me a headache earphones work as like a comfort zone you ever see so many people walking down the street when theyre alone most likely they are listening to music or you see someone on the bus earphones are good for comfort (MORE)
Answer . No the vibrations are not intense enough to reach the baby. Although it could detect the emotions of the mother caused by the music.
Your best chances of repair are if you contact Sony and ask them. . If This problem is only happening when you use the headphones on one device such as an iPod, the circuit in the device may be damaged. I won't get too involved into how to fix this, though.. But if Sony won't help, your warranty… is out on them, your device you are using if not the problem, and you need them badly, I may have a fix: Open up the earphone that is malfunctioning check the solder connections that connect the wire to the speaker if they connections are loose, you have two options: buy new headphones OR If you can solder, Connect and solder the correct leads to the corresponding places. If the solder connections are fine, check and see if the wire is frayed or damaged anywhere. If it is, you have two options: buy new headphones OR salvage an old headphone's speaker wire from somewhere else and try to remove the old wire and use the salvaged one to replace it. (this will require that you are quite good at soldering.). If only a small part is damaged, try and use a small piece of the salvaged wire and splice it into the old wire. If the wire is very small, I recommend that you just buy a new pair of headphones. if you can find out if the speaker is blown out or has ripped itself, you can try this trick I learned in MAKE magazine: Get a bottle of rubber cement very very very carefully apply a few thin layers of rubber cement to the ripped or torn area. You might wait for the glue to dry and then reapply. Make sure that if you do do this, you do not over do the rubber cement. Otherwise, the speaker will just sit there and be "frozen". If you have access to an oscilloscope and know how to use one, you might try to probe around in the circuit and see if you can find interference anywhere that is causing the problem. (MORE)
Claudio "LALO" Schifrin - Headset Jazz It was on the Enter The Dragon Soundtrack from 1973.
Earphones are used in iPods, MP3 Players and sometimes computers and Laptops. If something is amplified out loud, you can plug in Earphones, and you can hear the sound through the Earphones.
Yes, for around $50.00 you can get an Apple Universal Dock.. It offers easy access to a USB port for charging and syncing your iPod or iPhone or for connecting to a TV or speakers. It includes the Apple Remote for easy control from across the room.. Works great!
50 dB sound intensity level equals 10 -7 W/m 2 = 0.0000001 W/m 2 . 90 dB sound intensity level equals 10 -3 W/m 2 = 0.001 W/m 2
Kind of. listening to music through earphones for just an hour will increase the bacteria in your ears 700 times
ORC 4511.84 covers this. You cannot wear headphones in or on both ears while driving in Ohio
On a flight with an Airbus 320 what type of earphone jack is used to listen to on board entertainment?
Most airlines use the twin-mono 2.5mm jacks. Standard headphones (iPod, etc) will not work without an adaptor.
i dont think i think u can but it might but i dont think it can
There should be a headphone jack on either the side or back of the computer that you can plug the headphone cord into. It's green and has a symbol that looks like a horseshoe on it.
\n. \n. \nI think 1 volt/bar when expressed in db you need to add 200 db to get reading in volts per micro pascal.
I have an LG GW520 and the earphones broke and i can't find another pair but i found a pair of stereo headphones can they be used for earphones?
almost any sound emitting device can be used as an 'earphone' - but with the right equipment. you may need a certain connection to allow data to travel through the wires, depending on the size. a transformer will most likely be needed. Go on to ebay , they sell GW520 earphones, just search LG …GW520 headphones and you can buy them from there. They're only a couple of pounds. (MORE)
Absolutely not ! You are required to give your FULL attention ot driving. using headphones couold land you with a careless driving charge !
Yes, provided the headphone socket is not blocked by the charger as occurs with some models (such as the newest iPod Shuffles).
one way of knowing is haveing the volume to a level to witch you can still hear wats going on around while your music is going that is of course if you dont want to burn out your ears by the time your 40
3 hours straight is not good but it won't ruin your ears. Try notto listen to headphones all day. This will hurt your ears.
It depends on where you work. Wearing headphones would imply that you don't want to be bothered by anyone and prefer your own little world--that leads to comments like "He/She is not a team player" and other office snarking. If a worker in my office was sitting at their desk with headphones on, they… would be told not to and for a second offense fired in about 5,4,3,2,1,............OF course I am in the US where business does anything it wants to employees. This is where it depends entirly on the business and your boss if he lets you then its fine. Some business let you listen to a raidio if its kept low but like in my case i listen to a mix up punk and heavy metal so in my case i was actually told to wear headphones by my boss (no matter how low you play it Misfits, Blitzkid, and Trivium allwasy seem to bother someone) but keep them low enouph to still hear when people where talking near me. I was "team leader" at my last job so i wouldn't say it hurts any kind of team workmanship and if i was wearing them it never stoped people from talking or shooting ideas with me. (MORE)
Can you buy headphones for the ipod that plug into the charger part of the ipod instead of the earphone part?
I'm not entirely sure. There could be a set, but they probably wouldn't even work unless they can somehow charge up the iphone/ipod touch while somehow getting the music into your ears. But whether or not they're out, it would actually be kind of neat if you could use something like that.
no its better to listen with the speaker because it will start to make scratches in your ears
It depends on the office and honestly the person that's asking. Some business are open to this kind of thing but many arn't I recomend asking your boss and also find some info about how it could help you like cutting out outside destractions, could give better productivity, or improve your mood. I u…sed to be able to at my last job but i also worked there for 5 years prior and was generally highly productive so my bosses didnt mind. - It also depends on the level of health and safety at your place of work. It is considered dangerous to wear a headset which has a sound output if it blocks communication, warnings of incidents like fires or causes distraction when using machinery. (MORE)
Because when you use the headphones and turn the volume up, then take the headphones out, the iPod stores what the volume was when the headphones were in, so next time you plug the headphones in, it goes back to that same volume.
It depends on the church, the type of religion, and its customs. Many churches encourage loud and hearty singing, accompanied with various instruments, while others encourage peace and quiet to allow people to more easily reflect on events, or to pray or seek spiritual advice from a priest.
Traffic laws are made by states, so there is no single answer for the whole of the US. In most places, double earphone cannot be used while operating a vehicle, but one earphone or a telephone head piece can.
They should be fine. However, if someone can hear it outside of your headphones, then you can harm the headphones bass by over stretching and harm your ears.
Yes, excessive headphone use (especially with loud and aggressivemusic) can cause problematic headaches and migraines. These canespecially be caused when using ear bud headphones. To avoidconstant headaches when listening to music through headphones, trynot to listen to music for several hours with …ear bud headphones. (MORE)
The best headphones in my opinion when you want to listen to music with a deep baseline is to buy a pair of headphones that completely cover your ear and that way you will be able to hear the music without interution of other noise coming into your ears.
The 2nd Generation iPod Touch has built in speakers, but all other generations of the iPod Touch will require headphones or speakers in order to listen to audio
no listening to music through headphones does not make youy anti social as long as you hang out with friends do sports and are active. hope this helps
U can't get a ear effection but u can become death depends how loud it's on and if u listen to it every day
Beats by Dr. Dre headphones and earphones will work with any device that any other headphones and earphones would work with.
Yes, it could hurt your ear drums. It's okay to do so every so often, but not all the time.
The decibel (db) is a logarithmic unit that indicates the ratio of a physical quantity (usually power or intensity) relative to a specified or implied reference level
db Levels is a company that makes 2D levels. Go to https://sites.google.com/site/dblevelsaustralia/home for more details
To listen to Beats by Dr. Dre headphones you require a device with a standard 3.5mm output jack.
A horses whinny can be very loud depending on the breed. Theaverage loudness of a horse is 38 decibels.
it depends on what kind it is, like, if the head phones plug in is to small then it wont work if the head phones plug in if fine then it should work if it doesn't then that means it doesn't work on drum kit I hoped i helped you out and thank's for reading my conclusion
Well, me and my friend compared. I had the IHome headset and He had the Dr. Dre beats. Mine ended producing more sound and more base. Also the IHome tunes out the world more the the Dre's.
They both serve the same purpose, to allow you to listen to music. The differences are, that earphones are bud-shaped and designed for being placed inside the ear. While headphones have larger circular speakers which go over the top of the ears.
Beats by Dr. Dre are said to be the best earphones and headphones for listening to music. For a cheaper price but relatively same quality, critics recommend Bose, Sony, and Panasonic.
Since it's a matter of *your* hearing, I suggest you go to a medical/technical website, or ask an expert.. Simple rule?. If your ears are still ringing/sounds are indistinct next day?. Hearing damage. . Deafness can be forever..
Different brands may have or not volume controls but that usually dependa on the models they produce. Depending on your budget you may consider Beats Executive, Sennheiser RS, Philips O'Neill, Nocs or Bowers & Wilkins as some of the best brands and models available in the market.
Since Sennheiser manufactures its own earphones, it stands to reason that they would recommend their own earphones. Their site Sennheiser will have plenty of suggestions.
One of the types of headphones used to listen to audio from an iPhone is the Apple headphones that come with the phone. Another is the wrap around style of headphone that is used for exercise.
People cannot sing well when listening through headphones because1) they are potentionally really bad singers to start with and/or2) because they cannot actually hear themselves singing they areunable to adequately harmonise with the music which is in theirears. I mean, this is my very basic and sli…ghtly musically educatedassumption. I'm sure someone will be able to give a much betterexplanation but I hope this helps somewhat. (MORE)
Not an easy question. To start with, noise levels are measured indecibels, abbreviated as dB(A), and measurement of these levelsrequires specialized equipment, so it's not just a matter of saying"don't turn the volume up past 7". The next factor is time. Music played at 90 decibels for an 8-hourper…iod each day can cause hearing damage, but the equivalent amountof damage can result from music played at 130 decibels for fewerthan four minutes in a day. So it's a question of "how loud" for"how long". The ear can be exposed to short periods in excess of 120 dB withoutpermanent harm, although with discomfort and possibly pain; butlong term exposure to sound levels over 80 dB can cause permanenthearing loss. The highest "safe" level is 80 decibels. A car hornis 108 decibels. 80 dB(A) would be about the volume of an alarmclock. (MORE)
Probably not as they most likely sit on a cradle for recharging orhave to plug into a charging source.